Hellenic Book Club of NY Presents Cooking Class with Regina Katopodis of Pi Bakerie

August 28, 2020

NEW YORK – The Hellenic Book Club of New York presents an in-person cooking class demonstration of traditional artisanal Greek cuisine with Regina Katopodis of Pi Bakerie in SoHo, Sunday, September 20, 2 PM. Aleksandros Shytani from Thessaloniki will also demonstrate how to make homemade phyllo for savory and sweet pies including spanakopita (spinach pie), tiropita (cheese pie), hortopita (greens pie), and portokalopita (orange pie).

The event will be held at Pi Bakerie, 512 Broome Street in Manhattan, and is the Book Club’s first fundraiser for Saint Basil Academy. Book Club President Jeannie Kouros noted that “during these difficult times it’s important to help out.”

Due to social distancing regulations, the event can have no more than 25 people. Payment is due in advance. Fee: $40 per person, make checks payable to Saint Basil Academy.

All proceeds to benefit Saint Basil Academy in Garrison, NY. Saint Basil Academy is a New York State licensed and accredited residential childcare facility.

For questions, contact Book Club President Jeannie Kouros by phone: 917-642-5633 or email: jsedona27@aol.com.


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